How to Remove Glue Adhesive from a Subfloor?


There are several different products that can be used to remove glue adhesive from a subfloor. The most common product is acetone. Some people also choose to use sand paper to sand down and remove the adhesive.
Q&A Related to "How to Remove Glue Adhesive from a Subfloor"
1. Scrape as much dried adhesive from the subfloor as possible using a metal floor scraper. Much of the glue will flake or crack off. 2. Vacuum the glue debris with a wet/dry shop
1. Ventiliate the area by opening your kitchen windows, if possible, turning on any fans and opening your stove's vent hood. 2. Wear personal protective equipment, including butyl
1. Make a mixture of equal parts warm water and vinegar and add two teaspoons of dish soap and put it into a spray bottle. Saturate the residual glue and allow it to sit for 10 minutes
1. Place the garment containing the dried hot glue spot in the freezer for 30 to 60 minutes. Remove the garment from the freezer when the glue spot is dry and brittle. Gently scrape
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